Recently, Apple has released the macOS monetary, and several Apple users who installed the update have bricked their computers.
Apple has fixed a bug in the Mac firmware that was bricking after installing a Mac for some users. However, the fixes apply to Macs with an Apple T2 chip that covers Intel Macs released in and after 2018.
The company said in a statement, “We have identified and fixed a firmware issue with the Apple T2 security chip that prevented a minimal number of users from booting their Macs after updating macOS. The updated firmware is included in an existing macOS update. Users affected by this issue can contact Apple Support for assistance.”
According to a report, the company has identified and resolved an issue with the firmware on the Apple T2 security chip, which prevented a small number of users from booting their Mac after updating macOS.
The updated firmware is included with the existing macOS updates, and users who are impacted by the issue can contact Apple Support for assistance.
However, the statement does not address similar complaints from pre-T2 Mac owners. A report claims that to have found the tweets from many users of MacBook, iMac, and MacBook Pro devices stating that their devices failed to boot following the update to macOS Monterey.
It is unclear whether the user’s data has been affected by the firmware bug.
According to a report, the updated firmware is meant to eliminate the issue included in the existing macOS updates. Some update trackers noted a revamped version of the BridgeOS 6.0 software running on the T2 security chip that will be rolled out today.
Users can now recover their firmware using a USB-C or a thunderbolt cable, another Mac, and an Apple Configurator 2 application. In addition, users who have enabled the restoring device option won’t lose any data on their Mac’s internal drive.